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EXPERIENCE TRAD MARKS ComenPVtR s Ac. iuta oar noaftrie wwhethran mebon Ii prba bly patentae.a othamnt. utFallN onfldentla. a Jn d on Pateand Patenta taken rough iWinn t ressti any od W yalkng Hdatsar The Ladies are espec ially inlited to call and see our lobely line . in alnthe Latest Styles. - - - - - Hats Trimmed To Order. MISS MARIE CAS EL MUIINT GARMEL CONVENT, LAFA YETTE. LA. Boarding and Day School. A full course in French and English. Pupils of every denom ination admitted. ANNOUNCEMENT. I have again taken up the business of wiring houses and doing other kinds of electrical work. When yopi need electrical work of any kind ring up phone 399. J. C. BERTRAND, Office next to Mouton Sisters. LAFAYETTE WOOD AND COAL YARD DEALER IN WOOD AND COAL, 4iRA1IN and all kinds of FE EDSTUFFS. Phone 381. ULYSSE DUHON, Proprietor. GOOD SERVICE Is what'you always get at - the - 888UN SHAVING PARLOR HOT AND COLD BATHS PIANO TUNING - AND REiPAIRING AT Reasonable Prices. K. C. MacIver se xet The automobile hasn't cheapened the prices of horses, neither is it like ly to do so. Money in good horses. Raise a few. A sheep man says that buying thin sheep or lambs without providing shed accommodation is the rankest kind of gambling. The best ration is the ration not which is the cheapest, but the one which will produce the greatest amount of profit in proportion to out lay. Good management is the best cure all we know of for the poultry yard. It prevents disease getting into the flock and it makes short work of it if it does by chance get in. Hang a door in the hog house from the top so it will swing both ways. The hogs will soon learn to push it out of the way in passing in and out, and it will prevent draughts and exposure. Beef is high and at the prevailing prices an ox team is worth about as much per pound as a modern locomo tive, which would make it the most expensive power in our modern civili zation. Make a triangular snow plow and hitch the horse to it next time the snow has to be cleaned from paths, under clothesline, etc. You will be surprised how easily and quickly the work can be done. The more stock on the farm the bet ter, provided you do not try to half keep them. The land must be fed. Feed clover and other legumes, don't turn them under. The manure will answer the purpose better, and you save its feeding value. A reading course for farmers' wives and daughters of New York state un der the direction of the Cornell Agri cultural college is said to number on its rolls over 22,000 readers. Good idea for the agricultural colleges in other states to follow. The New Jersey State Horticultural society proposes to discuss the ques tion: "Would it be safe to invest money in a sdele-infested apple or chard (otherwise a good one) 30 years old?" We might be willing to argue the question but not to invest. The other fellow could do that. Get acquainted with the teacher of your children. You may be too busy to visit the school, but you can have the teacher run up to the house and take supper with you and spend the night. It's the way they used to do and it was a good custom. Try it and see how pleased the children and the teacher will be. The first step in breaking the colt is accustoming him to the harness. Do not be in a hurry to get him into the buggy. He has lots to learn. Be pa tient with him. To try to rush the work of breaking creates confusion in the mind of the colt. Let him get well hold of each new idea before trying to break him to another. It is like the little babe learning to walk. One step at a time, and that slow and sure. ALPHONSE MOUNET, CARPENTER Jobbing and Repairing of all kinds promptly executed in the neatest style. Prices reasonable. Address: LAFAYETTE. - LOUISIANA. SHERIFF'S SALE. Loeb Lion Felix, Ltd., vs. Pierre H. Mouton. -No. 4715. By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale issued from the Honorable 18th Judicial District Court of the parish of Lafayette, La., I will offer for sale to the last and highest bidder for cash at the front door of the court house at Lafayette, La., between legal sale hours, on Saturday, Feb. 15, 1907, the following described property, to wit: One certain tract of land containing fifty-six arpents together with all the buildings and improvements thereon situated in the parish of Lafayette, La., bounded north by land of Alexander Boudreaux, south by public road, east by land of Felix Bernard and Mrs. Leon Constatin and west by public road, less fifteen feet on fifteen arpents kiven for a public road. L. LACOSTE, Sheriff of Lafayette Parish. JOHN BUNT, Oyster, Pist and Vegetabi Market. Fresh Fish and all kinds of Vegetables al ways on hand. Cheese and sau sages. Orders delivered'to all "Parts of Town PHONE 215. THE ROAD TO HEALTH K. C. S. Ry. SULPHUR SPRINGS, ARK. THE BEAUTY SPOT OF THE OZARKS" New $5o,000 Kihlberg Hotel will open June 1st. $100,000 in improvements now in progress will afford modern accomodations at this I All Year 'Round Health Resort Write for Free Illustrated Literature. S. G. HOPKINS, S. U. WARNER, D. P. A., K. C. S. Ry. G. P. A.. K. C. S. Re., Texarkana, Texas. Kansas City, M1o. MERCHAN TS' 6ROCER Co.,Ltd. LAFAYETTE, LA. sRILY WHOLESALE. Staple and Fancy Groceries. Flour, Meat, Salt. Wooden ware. Grain and Feed Stuff. Brick office and Warehouse on Main Line of Southern Pacific Railroad enables us to make prompt shipments t6 all railroad points. Free local de livery. Delivery by wagon to neighboring towns. We Solicit Business on the Basis of Standard Hoods at LOWEST RULING PRICES5 Felix Demnacde, Pres. and Mgr. J. R. Jeasmarid, Vice-President. Geo. A DeBlanc,, Sec. and Treas. A FULL LINE OF PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER, Rough and Dressed, always on hand. ALSO Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Lime, Cement, Fire Bricks, Sand, Galvanized Iron Tanks and cypress Cisterns. A. IE. MOUTO N. Phone No 4. Lafayette, .La. BANK OF LAFAYETTE. . CAPITAL, $50,000. LAF . T* SURPUS, $20,000. 23 5 7 CHAS. O. MOUTON President _ I CROW GIRARD Vice-President " J. J. DAVIDSON Cashier We pay fourper cent interest on time deposits. HENRY THOMPSON, Succnssor to John 0. Mouton. Staple & Fancy Groceries A Full Line of Canned Goods Constantly in Stock PHONE 52. FREE DELIVERY: Frank E. Broussard, Fire INSURANCE Agency. Phones 20 and 48, - LAFAYETTE; LA. IlOUTON BROS. General - Merchandise MOUR AIMS Best Goods at Lowest Prices, Consist ent With Quality The Safest and Quickest Way to Transfer Money j LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Low Rates Anply to Local Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. $35.50 FROM LAFAYETTEI TO CALIFORNIA VIA THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC This rate applies to most points in Louisiana, corres* pondingly low rates from other points: Pullman Tourist Sleepers. Oil Burning Locomotives. Daily New Orleans to San Francisco. Ask Your Agent for Information and Literature, or Write 0. E. EUEDRY. D. P. A., F. E. BATTURS, 6. P. A., Lake Charles. New Orleans. Jean Vigueanx Undertaker EXPERIENCED EMBALMER, Holding license from the State Board of Health. A complete line of coffins, funeral robes etc., kept constantly in stock. Wil take entire charge of funerals, attend to grave yard work &nd all details. Fully equipped with hearse and everything necessary for a funeral. Prompt service given. Phone 83. Upon the Horse Depends the speed, but upon the har ness depends your safety. THE HANDSOMEST HARNESS in the world is worse than useless if ;t be not strong as well. We have 4fl - exceptionally fine display of har some harness for all uses. We sh I be glad to show it to you. And whi F looking at it, kindly remember that its strength is equal to its attractive ness. That is saying a whole lot J. J. MARSH. When the- North * Winds Blow * 1 You will wish you had those broken window panes replaced; Let us do it now. Just ring us up we'll do the rest. S EE U S for Cabinet Work, Furniture Repairing Up. holstering and Finishing. A. A. BONNET & SON. PHONE 216.